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captioning funded by cbs good morning. it is friday, november 27th, 2015. welcome to "cbs this morning." a massive storm pounds the central u.s. with rain, sleet, and snow. overnight in texas. new concerns about protecting the white house after a flag-draped fence jumper makes it on the north lawn. shoppers compete for black friday doorbusters and better deals could be coming on cybermonday. we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener." your world in 90 seconds. put down the pie and pick up your pocketbook.
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bargain hunters are getting a jump-start on their holiday shopping. >> holiday shoppers battle on flak friday. >> it's madness inople. >> whether you like it or not the madness is upon us. >> somebody tried to steal something from me. >> protesters planning a black friday march to disrupt the busiest shopping district. >> rain, snow and ice from texas to michigan. dallas has already seen record rainfall. >> at least one person was swept away. crews are out searching for that person. >> the secret service takes a man into custody for jumping the white house fence. >> the man was able to get over the fence. >> meeting with french president, hollande says russia will cooperate in the fight against isis. >> terror level is lowered one level and say the threat of an attack is no longer imminent. >> a pilot had to make an emergencying landing on gliled long
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>> donald trump demanding an mj from "the new york times" after the newspaper accused him of mocking a disabled reporter. >> i thought i could get there to another different convey. >> all that. >> rodgers fires in the end zone. incomplete. chicago pulled off a pretty stunning upset. >> epic upset! >> look at this group. do you think they are confident and having fun? >> all that matters. >> prince harry visited a children's center. >> we share a similar feeling of loss. having a loved one, in my case, a parent, snatched away so suddenly. >> on "cbs this morning." critics said one of donald trump's golf course incorrectly claims to be with place after battle. how do they know that? said one critic, i was. announcer: this portion of "cbs
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toyota. let's go places. welcome to "cbs this morning." miller. charlie rose and norah o'donnell and gayle king are off. a dangerous storm is blasting much of the central united states this morning with extreme weather. it threatens to dump up to 8 inches of rain in some areas. >> flash flooding led to a number of water rescues overnight in texas. at least one person is presumed dead. our cbs station ktvt is in ft. worth. arso, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the rain fell hard and fast overnight here in ft. worth. the rescue crews had to call off their search foverts a 70-year-old woman who was swept away by the floodwaters. search and rescue crews in tarrant county, texas, fought the high rushing water overnight and they were dispatched to find an elderly drivers. >> it is difficult for the guys to navigate in the dark and then water like this, but they are
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doing their best and they have made their way up to where the vehicle originally went into the water. >> reporter: 26-year-old tarrant county dispute salazar was pulled under the water. her colleagues searched for her nearly two hours. >> the rain and the water was in such a high rate of flow across the roadway, that as she was attempting to get into the car where the trapped lady was, she, herself, was swept into the water and taken downstream some distance and lost. >> she was holding on to a tree and one of our dive boats was able to get to her and rescue her. >> reporter: overnight, the texas department of transportation announced that travel is highly discouraged. drivers traveling on the texas panhandle were urged to drive with caution due to the freezing rain and icy conditions. dallas/ft. worth broke friday's rain record in just hours.
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had here in dallas with about 53 inches and that record is expected to rise with more rain michelle? >> thank you. millions of americans are rushing to stores this morning for a black friday deals and, for some, a battle for bargains started thanksgiving afternoon. police were called to break up this fight between two shoppers kentucky. in new york city, thousands of bargain hunters dashed into macy's flagship store when it opened last night. our jericka duncan is inside macy's in herald square. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. i'm watching these shoppers go in and out of the stores this morning and everyone looks like they are clearly on a mission. but with retailers extending their sales, not only in stores, but also online, what is known as one of the most famous shopping days of the year, is
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some waited in line for hours. [ screaming ] >> reporter: even days for this moment. excited to get their hands on those doorbuster deals. >> i want some cute boots. >> towels, as strong as. >> basketball hoop. >> being here is like more magical than "harry potter" and disney put together! >> reporter: not so magical at this mall in kentucky, where two shoppers were seen fighting on the floor. >> somebody tried to steal something from me. >> reporter: the days of those numbered. between midnight and late billion dollars in sales had adobe. up 22% from last year, a record 29% of those sales are projected to be made on mobile devices. it's a trend retail analysts bert slickinger saying is here to stay. >> bringing the shoppers into the stores thanksgiving night doesn't work well because you
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shoppers in a store, they clear out the shelves in 20 to 25 minutes. the shelves can't be restocked. people can't get rain checks on promoted products. they walk away frustrated, go home, buy the merchandise online. >> reporter: and some retailers have cancelled black friday altogether. last month, outdoor retailer rei announced it would close its doors on black friday, in addition to thanksgiving, urging its employees and customers to spend the day outside. >> all of the sales, it's great! >> reporter: but in-store shoppers like robinson aren't giving up. >> that is what black friday is all about, is standing in line and getting all of the good deals and being in with the crowd and getting ready for the holidays. >> reporter: overall, nearly 136 million people are expected to shop this holiday weekend. that is according to the national retail federation. and get this. 2.7 billion dollars is predicted
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to be spent, according to adobe, online. don, that is just for today. >> wow! all right, you're free to do your shopping now, if you need to. thank you very much. activists in chicago say they will march to disrupt black friday shopping this morning. their protests follow the release of a graphic video showing a white police officer shooting a black teenager to death. officer jason van dyke has been charged with first-degree murder in the killing of 17-year-old laquan mcdonald. our chicago station wbbm is in the city's famous magnificent mile shopping district that is the target of today's demonstrations. mike, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. black friday traditionally brings a flurry of shoppers here to chicago's magnificent mile. but, this morning, protesters plan to be here as well to bring attention to a teenager who was killed in a hail of police bullets by an officer with a history of citizen complaints. >> it's going to shake up michigan avenue and make some people uncomfortable and it should. >> reporter: activists marching
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for 17-year-old laquan mcdonald say they intend to disrupt black friday shoppers along chicago's luxury shopping district and one of its busiest days. >> we want the whole world to see our pain and share our crisis. >> reporter: officers pursued mcdonald in october of 2014 and they claim he was a robbery suspect and dash cam video shows van dyke firing his pistol 16 times to mcdonald who was carrying a knife in his hand. the shots were fired in 15 seconds and 13 seconds, mcdonald was already on the ground. >> all i want you to do is think about people and show something. >> reporter: speaking to his congregation, the bishop and a leader investigator for taking 400 days to release the police dash cam footage. >> took them so long until it took a judge to rule that it would be seen.
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for a community leader. >> reporter: the video was released tuesday following a court order, hours after first-degree murder charges were leveled against officer van dyke. according to a sis police data project 20 complaints against van dyke in 2002. van dyke is due back in court on monday. if convicted, he faces 20 years to life behind bars and activists are calling for the police superintendent mccarthy and state's attorney alvarez to resign. >> a busy day there on the magnificent mile. the secret service is investigating a new security breach this morning on the white house grounds. joseph caputo climbed over the white house fence thursday while the president and his family celebrated thanksgiving inside. kris van cleave reports. >> reporter: wearing gloves,
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carrying a binder between his teeth, joseph caputo hops the fortified fence and landing on the north lawn of the presidential residence. the woman who took these photos tweeted the following. caputo raised his arms afterwards and it was unclear if it was in celebration or surrender. the secret service moved in almost immediately with guns drawn and caputo dropped to knees and hands still in the air and laid down on the ground before being taken into custody. the white house was placed on lockdown while his flag was placed in an evidence bag. a bomb squad was called in to search the grounds. thursday's breach raises questions about the security upgrades put in place over the summer. new spikes installed on the white house fence in july were supposed to stop exactly this sort of thing, but, obviously, it didn't work this time. this incident is the latest in a string of embarrassing security breakdowns for the secret
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service. last september, another fence jumper was able to get on the property and made it all the way into the east room before being arrested. secret service officials say no weapons were found on caputo and criminal charges are pending at this time. no word yet on what was in the binder he was carrying. for "cbs this morning," kris van cleave, washington. the people of paris this morning are remembering those who died in the terror attacks two weeks ago. french president hollande led a memorial service where the names of all 130 victims were read aloud. police across europe are still hunting the mpling suspects in the attacks. debora patta is in brussels, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. today is the memorial service in france was a very french affair, complete with traditional music and it was held in a form of military hospital where a napoleon was burred and a place
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its war heroes. >> reporter: it took over ten minutes to read 130 names. >> zeke alexander. >> reporter: they ranged in age from 17 to 63. they were daughters and sons, parents, and friends. then a minute of silence to remember the moment when isis stormed the bataclan concert hall and killing nearly 90 people and blew themselves up outside bars and restaurants in paris, killing many more. french president francois hollande then moved from an emotional ceremony to a renewed declaration of war against isis. i promise you solemnly, he said, that france will do everything to destroy the army of fanatics who carried out these crimes. it's not just talk. hollande has been working hard to strengthen the coalition
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forces fighting isis. in a meeting with russian's vladimir putin yesterday, the two leaders appeared at a joint media conference. hollande said they had agreed to intensify u.s.-led coalition attacks on isis and significantly only target isis, but in a complete about-turn today, rusch's presidential spokesman denied the deal and saying they were not ready to work in a single coalition. here in belgium, police continue their manhunt for two paris suspects after five days of police station raids, they are no closer to finding salah abdeslam and mohammed abrin inchts are still on the run. not just france and belgium dealing with the implications of the paris attacks. in germany, a man was arrested on suspicion of selling weapons to the paris gunman. two germans were arrested. but as has become the familiar pattern, they were released quickly without being charged.
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>> debora patta in brussels, thank you. this morning, "the new york times" says donald trump went too far. trump wants an apology. the republican presidential front-runner rejects charges that he insulted a "times" reporter by imitate ing his disability. the reporter said the candidate's explanation does not surprise him. nancy cordes is in washington with the latest controversy. good morning, nancy. >> reporter: good morning. trump claims he didn't mean to mock the reporter and that he never met him. the reporter says, that's not remotely true. still, trump is not backing down and he will not apologize and even said that the journalist should stop using his disability to grandstand. >> written by a nice reporter. the book, you got to see this '. oh, i don't know what i said. uh, i don't remember. >> reporter: that quote "nice reporter" is certifying kovaleski who suffers from a physical disability that limits the movements of his arms.
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article in "the washington post" published a week after 9/11 with describes a number of people who attacks. trump has used that paragraph as proof of what he saw. >> on the rooftops while they watched the defendant station vastation on the other side of the river. >> reporter: kovaleski doesn't celebrating. >> he said i don't know. i don't remember what he said. this was 14 years ago. they didn't do a retraction. >> reporter: kovaleski is now an investigative reporter for "the new york times" which says it is outraged by trump's comments. in response, trump released a statement thursday saying, despite having one of the all-time great memories, i certainly do not remember him. and that he merely mimicked what he imagined would be a flustered reporter trying to get out of a statement he made long ago. but kovaleski has a long history
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with trump, starting in 1987 when he covered the real estate mogul for "the new york daily news." kovaleski told "the washington post" it didn't surprise me that donald trump would do something this low-rent, given his track record. trump has demanded an apology from "the new york times" and said that if he had known kovaleski was disabled, he quote, definitely would not say anything about his appearance, but kovaleski spoke to a fellow "times" reporter yesterday and told him he and trump were on a first-name basis for years. don? >> nancy, thank you very much. pope francis received a rock star welcome this morning when he arrived to address a stadium full of young people in kenya. earlier, he visited one of nairobi's vast slum areas. today, he is heading to uganda. sunday he'll travel to the war ravaged central african republic. allen pizzey is traveling with francis in nairobi.
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>> reporter: the pope began his last day in kenya the place he put it i feel very much at home. the slum is one of 11 that proliferate in and around the largest city in east africa and packed with 50,000 of some of the poorest of the poor. francis installed what he called the wisdom that is born of stubborn resistance in such places. listing the numerous problems that plague slums from lack of infrastructure and clean water to crime and violence, he took a elite and called for cities that have a place for all. while the pope was in the slums, a stadium full of young people practiced a wave to greet him. the atmosphere grew to the point where the emcee persuaded a line of bishops to go on stage in a dance contest. they were ooencht joined eventually joined by the kenya president and his wife. but it was pope francis who stole the show. the series of prepared questions from a young woman addressed
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the issues that seem to concern the most, corruption. francis told them there was even corruption in the vatican. speaking in spanish, which was translated, he told them, corrupt people do not live in peace. the message went down well. the pope's next stop is uganda where he will hold ceremonies honoring catholic and others. he is scheduled to go to the central african republic and vatican officials insist will take place in spite of the danger of an ongoing civil war there. for "cbs this morning," allen pizzey, nairobi. cuban held him prisoner five years and now an american contractor gives his chilling first interview to "60 minutes." >> they threatened to hang me. they threatened to pull out my fingernails. they said i would never see the light of day. >> ahead, allen gross describes how he survived. first, it's time to check
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. good morning, everybody. pretty similar to yesterday in terms of the fact we have sunshine breaking out at times and fog burns off the midmorning and look at the temperatures. coming into the 60s this afternoon. well above average. it will fall shy of records in many communities. a passing shower early tomorrow morning and more normal temperatures this weekend. in the upper 40s for saturday and brighter. 47 on sunday and chilly start to next week. the next round of rain is coming in tuesday 92 it into the first part of wednesday. announcer: this portion of "cbs
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. i'm catherine houser. we're checking top stories in a moment after the forecast. good morning, danielle. >> good morning, catherine and everybody. thanksgiving. 52 degrees in boston right now and that is a mild start. we're in the 30s in a few spots and down to taunton. fog out there and will burn off by mid-morning to most of us. we'll have a lot of clouds around like yesterday. sometimes the crowds went out and other times the sun went out. we come into the low 60s and going to be a warm one. breezy this afternoon. a passing shower early tomorrow morning and the rest of the week is dry, more normal in the upper 40s and chillier to start next week. low 40s on monday. catherine? >> thank you very much, danielle. and let's get a live look at the commute this were morning. it's been nice.
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this is a live look at the zekim bridge right now. far from normal volume we're used to seeing this time of the morning and traffic is moving along well. we have the sun coming up and not a lot of cars out there. enjoy, and get out if you can. and the top story on this black friday morning, more shoppers. the police are keeping a close eye on so-called soft targets after the paris attacks and that includes local malls. police were out in force at the wrentham premium outlets overnight as shoppers began to deals. most shoppers welcome the added the security.
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everyone is safe this morning after a blimp made a sudden landing on a baseball field in a long island -- in long island, new york full of homes. there were all around, people rushed to help grab the lines to secure that airship. the blimp flew over new york's thanksgiving day parade and was heading back to refuel when dangerous winds unexpectedly picked up and forcing the pilot to cut the trip short. welcome back to "cbs this morning." coming up in this half hour, he was held prisoner in cuba for five years. now alan gross is enjoying the holidays with his family. ahead, in a preview of sunday's "60 minutes," he describes the three things that got him
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plus, travel editor peter greenberg is here to show us new airport security measures and how to get through the long tsa lines as you travel this holiday season. time to show you some of this morning's headlines. "wall street journal" reports on china's plan to build its first overseas naval installation in the east africa nation. china's planned facility is part of its rapidly expanding facilities. a pentagon official has expressed security concerns. "the sacramento bee" reports on a vegetable mix recall believed to be the source of an e. coli outbreak at costco. the mixed of diced onion and celery was used in a chicken salad that sickened 19 people in
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it is being recalled out of an abundance of caution. >> gayle will be upset about that. the chicago sun times reports on an arrest made in the murder of tyshaun lee. police made the announcement overnight. the 9-year-old chicago boy was lured into an alley and shot earlier this month. police say the killing was retaliation against lee's father who had gang ties. the "new york post" reports a tourist flew a drone during the macy's thanksgiving day parade, despite the city's heightened security. a russian and his son launched the drone from the parade's starting point along central park. it was quickly spotted by police. flying a drone in new york city is illegal, but the tourist said he didn't know. police gave him a ticket. >> yeah. ignorance, i don't think, is a defense. "the denver post" reports how two brothers, they survived separate avalanches. each feared the other had died. alex and brian holmes were skiing near telluride on wednesday. brian triggered the avalanche
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alex caused a second avalanche but was not trapped, so he went for on help in trout lake. and made himself to the nearby town ophir. both are okay. >> so glad they are both okay. alan gross, a freed contractor, is home for the holidays. thursday was the first thanksgiving gross spent in the u.s. since 2009. he was released from a cuban prison last december and reunited with his wife. his captivity played a key role in america's diplomatic breakthrough with america. on sunday, he will give his first interview to scott pelley on "60 minutes" sharing the brutal conditions he faced for half a decade. >> they threatened to hang me. they threatened to pull out my fingernails. they said i would never see the light of day. i had to do three things in order to survive. three things every day.
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i thought about my family that survived the holocaust, i exercised religiously every day, and i found something every day to laugh at. >> reporter: did you think in those early days, boy, the u.s. government is going to get me out of here in the next week or so? >> oh, i absolutely did for the first two weeks. and then i said to myself, where the hell are they? where are they? you know? i figured -- i didn't -- i didn't have any idea i would be there for five years. i knew i was in trouble. i knew i was in trouble. >> reporter: alan gross was attracted to trouble. he is 66, a native of maryland, and an electronics specialist who spent 20 years making the rounds of war and disaster, setting up communications for relief agencies. >> and that's why we say when we would connect, when we would align the antenna and connect to
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the satellite, we would be light the candle. we would light her up. and we did that in a lot of places. >> reporter: in 2008, the place was cuba. gross was hired by the u.s. agency for international development. usaid is america's charity delivering aid all around the world. but in cuba, its mission was different. usaid asked gross to set up independent internet connections for the jewish community. only 5% of cubans were online. but bypassing government censorship was illegal. >> watch "60 minutes" to see scott pelley's pull interview with the last prisoner of the cold war sunday on cbs. sunday is expected to be the busiest travel day of the season. nearly 3 million people will fly home. airports around the country tightened security after the paris attacks. a worldwide travel alert from the state department remains in effect this morning.
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cbs news travel editor peter greenberg is with us. good morning. >> good morning. >> i know people who had to travel, had to get home. but i tell you, they were on pins and needles about this. what can people expect come sunday? >> the good news on wednesday which was the busiest travel day of the year people got smart and got out of town earlier but sunday is the bad day. if you can fly home today or tomorrow, you can own the plane. sunday, you can't. everybody else is in the lines at the mall. so sunday is the day to be on watch out for. you'll see longer lines because the tsa at certain high-risk airports is basically instructing their own instructors to ask people in a conversation that can't be answered by yes or no. just to determine they know where they are going and why. it's not going to be any more likely to pack the bags yourself or give you anything. where are you going today? if you don't know the answer that requires another conversation. the other thing they are going to do you may remember after 9/11, positive bag matching
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a flight and have your bags checked in and choose not to go on the plane and have the bags go on without you. you might expect delays and some bags removed from planes that people didn't show up. >> other than packing your patience, what can people do to survive the long security lines? >> one of the things i've always done and tsa argues with me i'm wrong about this but my experience tells you i'm not. on any day of the week, not just holiday period if you get to a security line, two security lines and most people would choose the shortest. no. go for the number of tsa agents standing at that monitor at the conveyor belt for the carry-on i don't care how long that lining is, choose that guy. two guys there they are training every one of them and every bag will be stopped three minutes and the line will not move. >> let's talk about air fare. has what happened in paris and other places impacted the air fare here in the u.s.? >> in the u.s., no. u.s. air fares right now are low because of the season, other than thanksgiving.
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they will stay low. but overseas, those fares collapsed. because you saw complete collapse in the actual new bookings and also can sell cel lations. >> we don't have much time left. how has the terror attacks in paris affected travel to france for tourism? >> well, bottom line is short-term booking is down but paris is a very resilient place in terms of u.s. interests and that is coming back and now starting to stabilize. >> the number one destination worldwide. >> it's 7% of their gdp and they are not messing around. they need us back. with the holidays underway we are facing a deluge of seasonal commercials. frank lund will show us what attention. if you're heading out the
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it's not always the hottest bargains that attract shoppers. this morning, holiday commercials are hitting the air waves and the internet, as retailers compete for business. >> okay, everybody, family photo! let's go and get around the tree! everybody around the tree! >> i want a selfie! >> how many do you have? >> let's go! where is carol? >> i have a gift. >> shirt down! >> public strategist and cbs news contributor frank lund took a break from politics. the red line represents people who are generally easy targets for advertising. are more skeptical. the higher the lines, the more favorable the reaction. angeles. good morning, frank.
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anti and that is the best ad so far. everybody talks about the super bowl as being the place where the best television ads are run. the truth is the ads that matter the most run just before thanksgiving and up to christmas and that is where, in some cases, a majority of all retail sales happen. and what you just saw for hallmark is a wonderful ad. a family experience and we are used to the famous family photo. if you listen closely to the dialogue, the funny comments that happen, even that gentleman who is leading it, the son who says, this may be grandma's last photo, it's funny and it's poignant and it puts hallmark not just looking backward as something that we remember with fondness, but looking towards the future with humor. the best ad so far. recognize. >> the grandmother really stole the show. we have a walmart ad, frank, with an actor, craig robinson.
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let's take a look at that too. >> hey, shopping girl! do you want to have to have a store map this friday you can view it at this app tap it here study it hard if you want to and kick into gear >> why does that work? >> first off he is a popular actor and everybody apologize what he does and it's a funny third, she seems to be enjoying it herself and we are going to enjoy ads that the actors in the ads seem to be enjoying. it's a very catchy song. you notice that immediate spike. a christmas ad doesn't work if it doesn't grab you within the first seven seconds and that ad does. >> office depot's holiday ad features coworkers who have their own little quirks. let's take a look at that. >> your coworkers have their quirks. so this holiday season, surprise
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shaking hands hand sanitizer. the stop stealing all of my pens pens and keep yourself to yourself metal headphones. and gifts you and your coworkers will appreciate. >> it adds realities there for a commercial. how did that resonate with your group? >> did very well but not as good as the two you showed already. did well because we have office mates that annoy us. the ad connects to us and gives us a reason not to give gifts but to get gifts. that is one of the keys to christmas advertising. it is really powerful to give but even more powerful to get. the ads that show you getting something actually generally test better than the ads that show you giving something. >> frank luntz, we thank you. >> pleasure. glad to do it. guess who went undercover for thanksgiving?
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michelle can't wait. from the new "star wars" movie to a comedy about sisters, . i'm catherine houser. we're checking the top stories in just a second. a check of the forecast with danielle. >> and i hope you had a wonderful thanksgiving. it's a mild start. the temperatures, 50, lawrence, boston, worcester, 47 in mash nashua and 51 -- in nashua and pop in the city. and varyings amounts of clouds out there as well and like yesterday. the highs into the 60s, though, and a breezy and warm afternoon, we'll be dry today and some showers around tomorrow morning and more normal this weekend. brighter on sunday. lower 40s on monday and traffic and weather together, catherine. >> a mild start to the day and
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a good thing. a look at the southeast expressway by the gas tank and far from normal volume we're used to seeing. traffic is moving well and that is the good news for you today and checking our top stories now, a family in morning. in a shooting outside of a bar and he would have turned 30 years old today and shot and killed outside of the whose on first bar earlier on thanksgiving morning. three other men in the 20s were injured. and we'll have another
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it is friday, november 27th, 2015. welcome back to "cbs this morning." more real news ahead, including the rush for holiday discounts as millions of americans hit the stores today. we will tip you off to some of the best deals coming on cybermonday. first, here's a look at today's "eye opener" at 8:00. the rain fell hard and fast in ft. worth. rescue crews had to call off their search for a 70-year-old woman. i'm watching these shoppers go in and out of the stores this morning. everyone looks like they are on a mission. >> black friday traditionally brings a flurry of shoppers here
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to chicago's magnificent mile but, this morning, protesters plan to be here as well. >> memorial service in france was a affair held in a former military hospital where napoleon was buried. >> trump claims he never meant to mock the reporter and he never met him bull the reporter says that is not remotely true. >> you will see tsa are instructing their instructors to be more profievel. >> the ads that matter most are the ones that run before thanksgiving to christmas. >> did you think in those early days, boy, the u.s. government is going to get me out of here? >> oh, i absolutely did for the first two weeks. >> crazy shopping chaos from around the country. >> we going to get our tv! already got my money and no, it ain't friday! i'm getting my tv and i'm going
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dahler. charlie, gay, le and norah are off. a blast of rain sleet and snow and the storm could dump up to 8 inches of rain in some parts and some of the worst conditions are in texas. >> at least one person there is presumed dead. flash flooding nearly swept away a sheriff's deputy trying to help a trapped driver but the deputy survived. conditions are treacherous along the texas panhandle. freezing rain and ice are causing problems for drivers. state officials are advising people to stay off the roads. in good weather and bad, shoppers across america are busy this morning looking for holiday bargains. these thanksgiving day shoppers slugged it out at a mall in louisville, kentucky. we don't know what they were fighting about, but there was no trouble when macy's flagship store in new york city opened early this morning for the black
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>> nearly 136 million millions are expected to do some buying this weekend. much of that will happen on cybermonday when online shoppers are expected to spend $3 billion. so how can you find the best deals in electronics and about anything else? editor in large tim stevens from our partner cnet is here. i've talked about the television say they are coming down this monday? >> shortage on these tvs. now is a good time to get one. a lot of great deals. a great 48-inch samsung down 300 off. fully high-end 65-inch curved model from samsung $500 off. you can get a good tv there if
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friends. why? >> it's hard to get discounts on these gaming systems. the margins are so slim on them, it's difficult to find a discount. about 50 dollars off x-box 1 and game and controller. if you have a couple of kids and looking for that for christmas now is a good time to get it and get it at a couple of different places. the three now is heavily discounted now. you can save a couple of hundreds dollars there and last year's model and is quick and nice talent. >> what about used? >> deals there. about 50 dollars off and free games thrown in and not as good a deal as the ones i mpged before. >> what are the good deals you can find on amazon on cybermonday? >> their deals are starting now. lots of deals coming and going and you have to pay attention but ultimately $25 off a tv which is one of the better streamers out there and if you're looking to have netflix
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streaming through your television. >> i like that one. target is a good cybermonday place to shop, you say. >> right. target has got i believe, 15% off everything in the store. pretty much a sale going on a target right now. if you don't want a robot to do your vacuuming you can get a dyson. if you're old school and want to take control of things a great dyson ball vacuum is on sale as well. >> is it just cybermonday or cyberweekend? long. amazon is starting already. all of the deals are going spreading it out. >> have you noticed these flash sales online? they really do catch my eye. >> basically, every hour at amazon is going to be a new sale. a lot of other companies are doing the same thing and want you to come back to the site again and again and again and
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you have to be on your toes. long list of the great deals. >> michelle is not getting any work done on monday. >> is that what you think? are we going to have a little conversation after this show? >> yes. >> tim stevens, rather dapper, i would say, don, he has your going there. you look very nice. >> thank you. prince harry continues his visit to south africa this morning after a low moment about losing his mother princess diana. he visited a center that helps kids living with or who are impacted by hiv and aids. he reunited with a 15-year-old whose parents died from that epidemic and they first met in 2004. harry spoke about of the tragic bond he shared with all of the orphans on that visit. >> they were far more younger than me, of course. a great deal challenging situation than my own. nonetheless, we shared a similar feeling of loss, having a loved
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a young couple was gunned down execution-style in their home. maureen maher on "48 hours" has a preview. >> reporter: the journey of the last 25 years has really tested my faith. >> jeanne bishop will never forget that palm sunday in 1990. >> the glorious music is playing. the church is full. the last thing i expected was to have the church secretary come to me and say, you have a phone call, and it was my father on the phone. and the first thing he said to me is that, nancy and richard have been killed. >> reporter: nancy and richard, brother-in-law, had been shot in townhouse. as nancy who was pregnant lay blood. >> there was a shape of a heart and a letter you. love you.
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>> reporter: the investigators could not understand why this picture-perfect couple had been killed. it wasn't a robbery and the couple had no enemies. >> there was nothing taken. no jewelry, no electronics. >> reporter: what did that say to you? >> this is a crime meant to be seen as an assassination. >> reporter: the killer's identity shocked everyone. he was a teen from a local high school, david biro. he had psychological issues and had bragged to friends that he had committed the perfect crime. >> they were chosen as victims less than who they were but where they lived. >> so ironic it's a kid from the neighborhood. >> reporter: biro charged with murder and pled not guilty. at his 1991 trial, biro insisted that friend was the killer but a jury didn't buy it and he was found guilty. amazingly, jeanne forgave david biro. >> i think here is what my knorr
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i forgive you and wiping you off my hands like dirt. >> reporter: then 22 years after the murders, jeanne took the remarkable step of writing to biro. incredibly, he responded with an astonishing admission. >> he wrote, i am guilty of killing your sister nancy and her husband richard. i also want to take this opportunity to express my deepest condolences and apologize to you. and i started to cry. >> reporter: that launched jeanne on a journey. she had to find out why biro had committed the murders. >> i'm in front of pontiac prison where i come to visit the person who killed my family members. i knew the first time i went there to see him in that prison that i would be shaking the hand of the killer that held the gun. >> reporter: and this has led to an incredible change of heart. you believe he deserves a second chance? he deserves an opportunity? >> yes. >> reporter: to perhaps get out?
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>> maureen maher is here with us. thank you for being here. jeanne says she wants david biro to have a second chance. how likely is that? >> it's actually a very good chance that he might get at least a reduced sentence. in 2012, supreme court had a major ruling that ruled mandatory life in prison without parole for juveniles is cruel and unusual punishment. that is when he was a juvenile and he was sentenced to that. now going forward, you can't do that. but there are a list of a dozen and a half states have ruled that as retroactive and that includes him so 80 cases in illinois alone where they will be resentenced. he could get life again, he could get a reduced sentence, or he could walk. >> how often has she visited him in jail? >> she has been there dozens of times and what she told us is regardless if he gets out or not, a relationship will continue and if he stays in, she will continue to go down and visit him. >> wow. devastating story. maureen, thank you very much. >> my pleasure. >> you can watch her full report
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get up off of that thing >> if you're already thinking of ways this morning to burn off thanksgiving calorie, one proves its never too late to start working out. norah o'donnell met the amazing woman who is reshaping more than her body by breaking a sweat. >> do one more lap around the box. >> reporter: keeping up with her today is hard to believe that earlier this year, constance tillit's body was failing her. you've had two hip replacements. >> two knee replacements. two rotating cuffs of a partial and a full. >> reporter: but all that have couldn't stop her from turning her life around. how important do you think it is for seniors to be working out? >> get up and do it. stop with the whining. stop with, oh, you got to take care he move. take care of yourself. >> reporter: something constance didn't used to do.
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her health problems started almost 30 years ago when she was 50. she took insulin four times a day for diabetes and 60 pills to treat high blood pressure and congenital heart failure and arthritis. then last fall, constance's fun suggested she try crossfit and helped her find this brooklyn gym. you said to me, you aren't really someone who went to the gym or worked out. >> no. >> reporter: you never worked out? >> no. >> reporter: until you were 77? >> yeah! >> warm up into it. >> reporter: she met the jim owner david osorio and now she is done to a few pills a day and has lost 50 pounds! >> how does the weight feel? >> it's good. >> people have this perception you have to be some really exceptional physical genetic person to make progress like this but it's all about consistency. >> reporter: there is strong evidence that movement improves senior health. in the largest study on the
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than 1,600 seniors over two-year period and found that regular and moderate physical activity roofed the risk of disability by 18%. what have you been most impressed about with constance? >> i think her attitude. >> i do a fist pump. >> she lights up the room when she comes in. bounce. good. >> reporter: she calls you her adopted son. how does that make you feel? >> she is good. she is my adopted mother. part of this is expanding your social base and people you can depend upon and trust. >> reporter: for constance that moment came in june. her devoted mother, the man who took her to every crossfit session, died suddenly. it was on the same day he was scheduled to start his own fitness plan. what would your husband think where you are today?
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>> he's with me right now. whee. he was my nurse, my doctor, my friend, my everything. he was my encouragement. he is still my encouragement. >> reporter: encouragement that constance says will keep her working out. crossfit has changed you physically. >> mentally, spiritually. when my husband died and the word spread, in my wildest dreams, i never thought they would be there with me, and they there were with me to his grave site and they are still with me and they will be with me until i leave here. south brooklyn crossfit is my children, and i mean it from the bottom of my heart. >> beautiful. >> get up and do it! love that. >> i met an 87-year-old woman who was doing -- she is a bodybuilder and she is out there doing it.
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same issues. trying to stay healthy. >> very good. the story based on the this . i'm catherine houser. we're going to check top stories in a second. good morning, everybody. thanksgiving. a mild start this morning. 51 in boston; 50, worcester. middle to upper 40s, nashua and into taunton. the clouds at times today, just like yesterday, but the gusty southwest wind comes into the 60s this afternoon. it will be a mild day. temperatures into the mid-60s with the southwest breeze is any over 20 miles per hour. the upper 40s tomorrow with an early morning rain shower and bright around sunday. cooler, the low 40s to start next week.
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>> and this is quiet commute this morning so far. a live look at the pike and we're use ised -- used to seeing more volume on the roads and moving along well, not much to be concerned. the good times to head out if you can. and education chicago our top stories for you on this for black friday shoppers. police keeping a close eye on so-called soft targets after the paris attacks, including local malls. the police had were in force at the wrentham premium outlet as they begin searching for the black friday deals. most shoppers welcome the added security and they're determined to go about their business. and also this morning, the philadelphia 76ers investigating the ports that one -- reports that one of the players got into a fight on a boston street. tmz posted the video claiming it shows the 19-year-old okafor yelling at a man outside of a night club, hitting him and knocking him to the ground. a representative for okafor told tmz that the rookie said
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he was being heckled and ifet threatened because police were swarming at him in the streets. >> spent more bad news for the patriots, they're out another wide receiver, aaron dobson. he's done for the season after injuring his ankle in monday night's game against the buffalo bills. the patriots put dobson on the injured reserve list yesterday. and also coming up on cbs this morning, the holiday movie season is here from star wars to looking inside the films coming to a theatre near you. today, apparel will
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i'll look good enough to eat. [ gasps ] oh no... on sale at, starting tomorrow. welcome back to "cbs this morning." coming up in this half hour, tina faye ooen ina fey and amy poehler are going up against the "star wars" film. meet the family behind a novel show kids outsmarting bullies. >> my daughter loves it. right now time to show you some of this morning's headlines. "people" reports on sheryl sandberg remembering her last husband on thanksgiving.
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sandberg posted on facebook, quote, i want to thank my family and friends who have supported and comfort me and my children, as we have recovered from grief, regained our smiles, and the ability to laugh. i also appreciate the many strangers who have reached out. loss and recovery give us the ability to be grateful on a deeper level. "the san francisco chronicle" reports on first daughters malia obama's search for a college to attend. 17-year-old malia is expected to head off to college next fall. she has visited at least a dozen public and private schools, including six ivy league colleges. the first lady has said malia wants to be a filmmaker. >> two places she could go for that but my odds bet is one her dad went to. "usa today" reports on the worst drivers by state. the rankings from a car insurance site are based on fatal crash statistics. montana has the worst drivers. go figure. it has the potentially deadly combination of high-speed limits
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and severe winter weather. tied for second are south carolina and new mexico. followed by texas. the new york daily news reports on a new "star wars" trailer that offers a new look at the villain kylo ren. >> it's been viewed nearly 2.5 million times since it was posted to facebook. >> i missed that one! the new "star wars" movie hits theaters three weeks from today. others is "rocky." and spin-off "creed" that opens this week. sylvester stallone moves from boxer to train. >> your father was special. to tell you the truth, i don't know if he is special. only you will know that when the
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time is right. take a beating and get knocked out and get up and you see if you got the right thing. but you've got to work hard. i swear to god, if you're not going to do it, i'm out. >> every punch i've thrown has been to my mom and showed me how to do this. i'm ready. >> eric davis is the managing editor of fandango." >> thank you for having me. >> the trailer looks great. he reviews have been terrific. not only sylvester stallone's performance but michael b. jordan is giving oscar buzz as well. >> they both are. don't be surprised if sylvester stallone stops into the oscar ring with this and it's spinning off of "rocky." movie since the original. i'm going there. >> no! >> it has the original rich emotional depth to it and that matches the thrilling boxing sequences.
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big-time crowd pleaser and see it with a crowd. i loved it. >> "rocky" series is one of the best. it's held the standard. well, "sisters," a comedy between tina fey and amy poehler is going up against "star wars"? >> yes. if anybody can do it it's these ladies. one of my favorite. they are smart and entertaining and funny. they play sisters who reunite at their childhood home and want to throw one last party before their parents sell it and it's refreshing. we don't see many female driven party movies. >> the whole theater burst out laughing when we saw it. a good one. back to "star wars." i know the preticket sales practically broke the internet. you have more info? >> there is not a lot that we know about that is so still. they released a bunch of footage. we know hans solo and skywalker and princess leia are coming back.
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in any of this and it looks like the buildup to him being a villain is laid out there. >> don't go there yet. i think the smartest marketing move they have made is hiding luke skywalker. how awesome would it be if we get to the theater? we haven't seen him yet! >> i have no idea. >> in this age, we don't get to movies where we don't see parts of the movies before we go to movies. i think a great strategy. when we talk about "star wars" we are talking about what is arguably the biggest movie franchise in the history. >> it's huge. let's get to the bradley cooper, jennifer lawrence vehicle "joy." very unusual topic. >> they are reuniting. a playbook team that is also the american hustle team directed by david o'russell. yeah, this is based on the real life story of joey mangano. jennifer lawyers says it's inspired by her story and also david o'russell's story.
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oscar. >> we can't leave without talking about quentin tarantino. >> this remains me of another movie in all of these characters holed up in a cabin kind of sparring with one another. it's got a lot of his regulars, samuel jackson is in there and it's taryn antino so fun to watch. a little bloody? >> a little? i don't know about that. they remade "point break"? >> wait, wait! >> patrick swayze! >> it's kind of similar to the first one where the fbi agents infiltrate a band of criminals. this time the criminals are sort of into corporate heists instead of robbing banks and they are into extreme sports. we are going to see probably the most daring extreme sports sequences we have ever seen put
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and keep that in mind and a chipmunks movie is on the way too! >> thank you. they are behind dork diaries
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it's not unusual i-sorry. the dork diaries is a book series proclaiming nikki maxwell is inspiring girls around the world to embrace their inner nerd including my very own margo. it debuted as number one on the best sellers list and make the "usa today" list. more than 25 million copies are in print worldwide. dork diaries is published by simon and schuster, a division of cbs. chip reid introduces us to the family behind the phenomena. >> reporter: that is for sara. >> reporter: racial renee russell and her daughters aaron and nikki call themselves team dork and they have millions of
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tweens wrapped around their fingers with the diary of nikki maxwell and she and a half gaits the trials of middle school with her friends and spending most of her time trying to outsmart mckenzie hollister, her arch nemesis and bully. raise your hand if you are a dork. >> can i raise two hands? how about this? >> double dork? >> yes. >> reporter: what is a dork? >> a dork is a person who maybe considered unusual to others. they are very independent. >> dork was a very derogatory term and kids, your feelings are hurt if you're called a dork. but since 2009 and dork diaries coming on to the scene, it's a term of endearment and empowerment and good to be a dork. >> reporter: it's not just the word bork. dork. there are also these words.
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get to draw people in dork diary style. >> reporter: you dork-ify them? it's all a huge hit with their young fans. >> can you get through this? come on over! get your dork-ification! >> reporter: who see themselves as dorks. >> a dork is someone who has a lot of life problems. >> people call me weird but i just go with the flow! >> reporter: you're helping middle school girls. >> we both thought that we were just freaks, but it turns out there are a lot of kids who feel that way and if i can help them through my trauma, i'll do it! >> reporter: as kids, erin and nikki were both bullied by their own real mckenzie and the books are loosely based on their experiences. >> this is middle school! so this is the inspiration for dork diaries. >> we made lemonade out of lemons. >> reporter: those lemons include the event that convinced racial rachel to put pen to paper. >> i was married 25 years and i
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went through a divorce and it was pretty traumatic. i basically lost everything -- house, cars, part of my motivation for wanting to write the book was to try to launch some cash! big-time. this is the house that dork >> yes, it is. sometimes i pinch myself to make sure i'm not dreaming. >> reporter: the writing is collaborative but nikki is trusted with her namessake images. what do these eyes tell you about her image? >> i think it tells you she is funny and outgoing and she is also warm. >> reporter: rachel says she made nikki white simply because that is how she imagined her when she started writing. nikki's best friends are african-american and latino. all of the books have one thing in common. >> you should treat everybody
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treated. >> reporter: the golden rule. >> exactly. >> the golden rule. >> and if you are treated poorly or bullied, number one, it's not your fault. number two, seek help from an adult. and, number three, don't let it get under your skin because you should always let your inner dork shine through. >> reporter: in other words, always believe in yourself! for "cbs this morning," chip reid, in virginia. >> i was bullied as a kid by a boy and it's about standing your ground and let them know you believe in yourself. >> and friends sticking together. the big theme is her friends back her up. i didn't have anybody. >> next, we will look at the most unforgettable moments of the week. >> i didn't mean to bring it
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hey mom, i could use some basil. oh, sure thing sweetie. life is loving nature. wait, where' s the... i can' t remember... and a place to grow it in.
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spoons, forks, knives! the good stuff! or the one that does all three! the good stuff! hot sauce! how hot? (both) lava. life is eating take-out at home. dessert! and a home that embraces take-out. happy anniversary. happy anniversary.
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i'm good and don is good. that does it for us. be sure to tune into the "cbs evening news" tonight and for news any time anywhere, watch our digital network ccbs. >> turkish f-16 fighter jets opened fire when a russian space. >> france and russia are yuted in the united into eradicating isis. >> hunt for terrorist salah abdeslam. >> shooting incident was captured by a dashboard camera. >> the denial by fact checkers only seem to make trump more convinced. >> when the world trade center
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>> do not expect to breeze airports. >> people are a little on edge with everything going on. >> the injury happened at a critical moment, just over a minute left. >> oh, boy. you can see him go down and hit the back of the head. >> rex ryan! >> we got to get creative and think of different things. pretty unique. >> thank you for being here. it happens every time! every time! >> i guess this is turkey central. >> you poke him in the tummy, he giggles. it happens to me too! >> don't interrupt. >> michelle, do you want to mount up? >> are you talking to me? >> it's hard to believe this is my seventh year of pardoning a turkey. time flies -- even if turkeys
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>> thanks. >> hard to remember. >> a present there. >> hey, d.c. >> are you married? she fantasized he is the real donald trump. >> he will be the best president ever. >> dr. carson was hearing and thinking something different at the time and i think we actually have footage of what he was hearing and thinking. >> peanut butter jelly time! >> what the heck is that? >> broccoli on pizza. >> that's it. >> congratulations, san francisco! you've ruined pizza. >> i can turn arlo around and he is like, what is going on? what? >> and hundreds of those drawings? >> hundreds. >> set that vcr. >> vcr? is this the eye '70s? >> i'm in a time time war! >> you've seen a lot of rockets take off in your time but you've never seen one land. >> can't wait to see you and charlie in space, jeff.
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i'll be down on the ground cheering you guys on. >> it's going to be very weightless and amazing. >> pick the passengers up at the if you're doing everything right but find it harder and harder to get by, you're not alone. while our people work
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. good morning issue it's 8:55 right now. we're checking the top stories in just a moment after danielle's forecast. >> and good morning, everybody. hope you had a wonderful thanksgiving. the temperatures, mild. now. fifty in worcester. kingston, 46 degrees and the fog has been lifting and burning off now. filtering back in. today. despite, that we'll get a gusty southwest wind and temperatures for many of us. temperatures. upper 40s with the morning shower possible. sunday, brighter and upper 40s, cooler to start next week. 41 on monday and next round of rain comes in and by tuesday the traffic and weather
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together. thank you very much, danielle. and here's a live look at the zekim bridge this morning. look at that. all clear. a good time to go out and far from the normal volume we're used to seeing at this time of the morning. the traffic is moving well and not a lot of crowds. and checking our top stories for you this morning, a family in morning after a commuter rail conductor was killed in a shooting outside of a bar near fenway park. he would have turned 40 years old today. he was shot and killed outside of whose on first bar early thanksgiving morning. three other men in their 20s were injured. the police found a gun and shell casings at the scene. so far, though, no arrests have been made. and a former millis police officer accused of lieing about an ambush is now dead. a family member found brian johnson's body thanksgiving morning. investigators said that it was not a homicide. back in september, you may recall prosecutors said johnson called in saying that shots were fired in the vehicle and the suspect's truck took off.
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that triggered a massive manhunt. investigators later found the story was made up. our area. this is what it looked like at the burlington mall overnight. about despite heightened security and in response to the paris attack. it started letting shoppers in at 11:00 thanksgiving night. and don't forget our next newscast is coming up at noon and i hope to see you then.
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